The Spring semester winds down, finals approach faster than you might like, and thoughts turn to those long, hot, relaxing days. Perhaps you catch yourself staring out the window and daydreaming about beach parties and family barbecues. Makes sense, right? After all, summer is almost here. But, as a college student today, can you really afford to waste those months on an extended vacation? Shouldn’t you use the time to further your career development? All it takes is a little summer planning.
Summer Planning Made Easy
This infographic from Bachelor’s Degree Online lays out a comprehensive timetable of the options available throughout your college career. As you’ll see, there are a lot of things you can do during the summer break to be productive. For example, you can take classes to graduate sooner or get a summer job to help ease the burden of student loan debt. Later in your college career, you can even apply for internships to gain real world experience and make connections in your field.
Using the information below, you’ll be able to set goals and pursue specific summer activities to reach those goals.
So, break out the SPF 40 and head out to the ballpark because the days of summer approach. Just remember to stay productive while the sun shines.